Titon Holdings PLC

Titon Holdings is engaged in the design, manufacture, marketing and sales, plus its associate's activity in real estate development: trickle vents and hardware products for the window and door fabricator markets in the U.K., Europe and the U.S.; mechanical ventilation products for the new build residential markets in the U.K. and Europe; and natural ventilation products for the new build residential market in South Korea. The first two activities are carried out by Co.'s subsidiaries, Titon Hardware Limited and Titon Inc. (in the U.S.). The third activity is carried out by Co.'s subsidiary, Titon Korea Co. Ltd. and Browntech Sales Co. Limited, Co.'s associate company.
  • TickerTON
  • ISINGB0008941402
  • ExchangeLondon Stock Exchange
  • SectorConstruction & Materials
  • CountryUnited Kingdom

Analysts

Philip Morrish

Value Indicator - UK Construction & Materials 14102019

Currently '(TM)Value Indicator - UK construction & materials' is a value analysis of the Construction & Materials super sector of quoted companies on the London Stock Exchange's main market that provides the reader with indicative longer-term target prices.

Philip Morrish

Value Indicator - UK Main Market 14102019

Currently '(TM)Value Indicator - UK main market' is a value analysis of the Basic Resources, Construction & Materials, Telecoms and Utilities sectors of the London Stock Exchange's main market that provides the reader with indicative longer-term target prices.

Philip Morrish

Value Indicator - UK Construction & Materials 07102019

Currently '(TM)Value Indicator - UK construction & materials' is a value analysis of the Construction & Materials super sector of companies quoted on the London Stock Exchange's main market that provides the reader with indicative longer-term target prices.

Philip Morrish

Value Indicator - UK Main Market 07102019

Currently '(TM)Value Indicator - UK main market' is a value analysis of the Basic Resources, Construction & Materials, Telecoms and Utilities sectors of the London Stock Exchange's main market that provides the reader with indicative longer-term target prices.

Dorothea Hill ...
  • Jason Streets
  • Keith Hiscock
  • Mark Thomas
  • Martin Hall
  • Mike Foster
  • Nigel Hawkins
  • Paul Mylchreest
  • Paul Singer
  • Stephen Clapham
  • Tony Williams
  • Yingheng Chen

The Monthly: October 2019

► Since their privatisation in 1989, the 10 water companies have faced a periodic review every five years; it is undertaken by Ofwat, and prescribes customer prices, along with the investment requirements. ► As part of the ongoing review, PR19, Ofwat will publish its Final Determination numbers on 11 December 2019; they will apply as from April 2020, although water companies do have the option to seek a reference to the CMA. ► The three quoted water companies – Severn Trent, South West and United Utilities – have been fast-tracked, so their numbers are broadly known. ► The other seven are f...

Dorothea Hill ...
  • Jason Streets
  • Keith Hiscock
  • Mark Thomas
  • Martin Hall
  • Mike Foster
  • Nigel Hawkins
  • Paul Mylchreest
  • Paul Singer
  • Stephen Clapham
  • Tony Williams
  • Yingheng Chen

The Monthly: October 2019

► Since their privatisation in 1989, the 10 water companies have faced a periodic review every five years; it is undertaken by Ofwat, and prescribes customer prices, along with the investment requirements. ► As part of the ongoing review, PR19, Ofwat will publish its Final Determination numbers on 11 December 2019; they will apply as from April 2020, although water companies do have the option to seek a reference to the CMA. ► The three quoted water companies – Severn Trent, South West and United Utilities – have been fast-tracked, so their numbers are broadly known. ► The other seven are f...

Brian Moretta ...
  • Dorothea Hill
  • Jason Streets
  • Keith Hiscock
  • Mark Thomas
  • Martin Hall
  • Mike Foster
  • Milan Radia
  • Paul Mylchreest
  • Paul Singer
  • Stephen Clapham
  • Tony Williams
  • Yingheng Chen

Hardman & Co Monthly: May 2019

Politicians and business leaders often refer to small and mid-size quoted companies (SMQCs) as being pivotal to the future of the British economy. But the definition of “small and mid-size” can cover a huge range of companies, and the difference between the UK’s largest companies and the rest is stark, as we present in this paper. In particular, we examine the companies quoted on the UK’s public equity markets to highlight the difference in size between the largest 100 companies and the rest. We also present data that show the massive contribution that SMQC make to our society and to the stoc...

Tony Williams

Titon Holding Plc (TON): Even a monkey sometimes falls from a tree

South Korea has been a winning primate for Titon since 2008 and last year contributed more than two-thirds of its PBT. International and domestic events have conspired to impact the Nation, generally, and Titon specifically. In December, these were nascent but have since matured. The Company alerted the market on 14 February and we have reduced our current-year PBT forecast by £1m and rebased the rest. We have also borrowed a South Korean proverb to sum it up, believing this event to be a one-off i.e. it is a genuine ‘monkey’ and ‘tree’ moment; and Titon will soon be aloft once more.

Brian Moretta ...
  • Dorothea Hill
  • Jason Streets
  • Mark Thomas
  • Martin Hall
  • Mike Foster
  • Nigel Hawkins
  • Paul Singer
  • Stephen Clapham
  • Tony Williams
  • Yingheng Chen

Hardman & Co Monthly: February 2019

This Investment Research Paper addresses the issue of renewable power generation in the UK and in mainland Europe, which – after the deep-seated financial crisis of 2008/09 and the ensuing recession – now has better prospects of achieving critical mass. It also considers investment perspectives. In recent years, there has been a major shift in favour of renewable generation. It has been led by wind generation, mainly on-shore but also increasingly off-shore. In the UK’s case, there has been a sea-change in operating costs, illustrated by the successful bids by two leading energy companies – E...

Tony Williams

Titon Holdings plc (TON): Good moon rising

Titan is the largest moon of Saturn. It is blessed with a generally smooth surface and few impact craters. It would also look 11.4 times larger than our moon in the night sky. Its nearest terrestrial eponym possesses similarly attractive characteristics; and it appears to be much larger than it is. Our supernal Titon is a veteran, too, and well equipped to live long and prosper in what is an asteroid-strewn global geopolitical hubbub.

1 director maiden bought

A director at Titon Holdings maiden bought 14,924 shares at 134p and the significance rating of the trade was 68/100. Is that information sufficient for you to make an investment decision? This report gives details of those trades and adds context and analysis to them such that you can judge whether these trading decisions are ones worth following. Included in the report is a detailed share price chart which plots discretionary trades by all the company's directors over the last two years clearly showing Close periods where trading activity is restricted under listing rules. The names of b...

Philip Morrish

Value Indicator - UK Construction & Materials 14102019

Currently '(TM)Value Indicator - UK construction & materials' is a value analysis of the Construction & Materials super sector of quoted companies on the London Stock Exchange's main market that provides the reader with indicative longer-term target prices.

Philip Morrish

Value Indicator - UK Main Market 14102019

Currently '(TM)Value Indicator - UK main market' is a value analysis of the Basic Resources, Construction & Materials, Telecoms and Utilities sectors of the London Stock Exchange's main market that provides the reader with indicative longer-term target prices.

Philip Morrish

Value Indicator - UK Construction & Materials 07102019

Currently '(TM)Value Indicator - UK construction & materials' is a value analysis of the Construction & Materials super sector of companies quoted on the London Stock Exchange's main market that provides the reader with indicative longer-term target prices.

Philip Morrish

Value Indicator - UK Main Market 07102019

Currently '(TM)Value Indicator - UK main market' is a value analysis of the Basic Resources, Construction & Materials, Telecoms and Utilities sectors of the London Stock Exchange's main market that provides the reader with indicative longer-term target prices.

Philip Morrish

Value Indicator - UK Construction & Materials 30092019

Currently '(TM)Value Indicator - UK construction & materials' is a value analysis of the Construction & Materials super sector of quoted companies on the London StockExchange's main market that provides the reader with indicative longer-term target prices.

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